I LOVE to bake, it gives me such a pleasure to bake up something tasty and give it to someone as a way of saying thank you. Did you know Mahalo means Thank You in Hawaiian?
Whether it’s a banana caramel pie or fresh baked cookies, there is just something about seeing the smile on someones face when you give it to them, that makes it one of my favorite ways to say thank you.
Giving in person with baked goods is just one way to say thank you, there are so many other ways to show thanks and one of those is just giving back when you can. Right now you can give back through King’s Hawaiian Project Mahalo. You can help say Thanks with Kings Hawaiian by simply voting for one of four charities: Big Brothers Big Sisters, Meals On Wheels Association of America, Family Caregiver Alliance, and One Warm Coat.
The best part is, no matter which charity gets the most vote, they will each get a size-able donation. That can go a long way to help so many and it’s the perfect way to say Mahalo in my opinion.
We say Thank you so often through words, let’s help say thank you in a bit of a different way today and in doing so, help charities who are helping others. Take time to visit Project Mahalo and vote today! Don’t forget to comment below for your chance to win $100, our way of saying thank you for sharing how you say thank you!
Mahalo is the Hawaiian word for thank you. You can say thank you to these wonderful charities- Big Brothers Big Sisters, Meals On Wheels Association of America, Family Caregiver Alliance, and One Warm Coat by voting for them on www.kingshawaiian.com/project-mahalo.
All charities will receive $10k, but the winner with the most votes will receive $25k.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kings Hawaiian® Project Mahalo. The opinions and text are all mine.
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